By this point it’s safe to say that Band Of Skulls need no introduction. They have been busy with the release of their third studio album ‘Himalayan’. Having made appearances at every major festival in the UK, they’ve gained unanimous recognition for their energetic live performance, their immaculate three part harmonies and their honest blues riffs taken straight from the air guitarists instruction manual. They’re definitely not an act to miss.
Band Of Skulls have now embarked on their largest UK tour to date, in which they will be stopping off at the Bristol O2 academy on the 11th of November, with the support of equally outstanding acts including Japanese Bo Ningen, known for their intense live performances, elaborate stage presence and musicianship – they definitely stand out as a band you need to see live.
The most recently announced and final support slot comes from the Australian DZ Deathrays. You may have caught them recently in Bristol at The Louisiana (in which case you already know what to expect and are currently ordering your ticket to see it all over again…). If not, the two piece draw on some down-to-earth thrash goodness, plenty of attitude, loud guitars heavily altered with an extensive selection of effects pedals and gnarly vocals.
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